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Pike: An Introduction

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Pike is a dynamic, object-oriented programming language. Applications for Pike range from network servers and multimedia, to environments where your shell could use some spicy text processing or system administration tools. Your imagination sets the limit, but Pike's powerful features and ease of use will probably extended it far beyond what you previously considered within your reach. Pike: An Introduction is an excellent first step for the programmer interested in learning Pike. Written by members of the Pike development team, this book is the definitive tutorial for this dynamic language. Each chapter is filled with example code, and is capped off with a set of programming exercises. This book provides a description of the core language elements: syntax, data types, expressions, functions, classes and modules. In addition, the book also provides an introduction to a number of commonly used modules, such as SQL access, cryptography, I/O and image processing.
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Product Details

ISBN
9781257745319
Edition
First Edition
Published
July 21, 2011
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
858.52 KB

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Supported Devices Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch... (See More)
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